Canopy plants and cares for trees where people need them the most. Their mission is to bring the life-giving benefits of trees to the schools, neighborhoods, and public spaces of the San Francisco Mid-Peninsula. Their vision is a day when every resident of this area can walk, play, and thrive under the shade of healthy trees. Check out their website canopy.org.
Animal Assisted Happiness (AAH) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to enrich the lives of children and their families experiencing special needs, health or family challenges. AAH provides barnyard friends so children and their family members can interact with animals to bring moments of happiness and smiles into their lives. Barnyard friends include mini-horses, a mini-donkey, alpacas, goats, sheep, rabbits, guinea pigs, pot bellied pigs, chickens and doves.
AAH’s Farm Chores are on Saturday mornings year-round, when volunteers help clean out animal cages, muck stalls, pens and paddocks. Please check AAH’s online calendar for up to date info.
To learn more about other philanthropies and opportunities, visit the Volunteer Opportunities page.
We are excited to announce that SLOBs has been approved to administer the President’s Volunteer Service Award (PVSA). This award allows you to get credit for both your SLOBs and approved non-SLOBs volunteer work. [Read more…]
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